Every second Saturday of the month, 12:30-2:30pm at the UROC BuildingNext MeetingNovember 9th, 2019Come to the next session of The Ladder - where YOU are a member of a Society of Medical Scholars! Stay tuned, sign up to follow the posts for announcements.
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- Next Session at The Ladder: Surgery and Suturing, January 11th!
- Next Session at The Ladder: Neuro – December 14th!
- Next Session at The Ladder: Veterinary Medicine – November 9th!
- Next Session at The Ladder: PT/OT/ST – October 12th!
- Next Session at The Ladder: Emergency Medicine – September 14th!
- Next Session at The Ladder: Obstetrics (OB) – August 10th!
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What do you know about bones? You probably know you have a whole lot of them, and that without them you’d have a pretty rough time doing much of anything. At the next meeting of the Ladder we’ll learn all about bones … Continue reading
Saturday’s meeting of the Ladder was all about asthma – or as medical scholar Renee put it: “Asthma! And Asthma.” Punctuating asthma with both a “!” and “.” was to teach us about asthma not only as an acute condition … Continue reading
At a previous gathering of The Ladder, we learned all about the lungs. Maybe you’ve heard of asthma – a condition that keeps the lungs from functioning as awesomely as they should. At April’s meeting of the Ladder we’ll learn specifically about asthma … Continue reading
We were super fortunate to have some awesome guest scholars at the March meeting of the Ladder: students from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry! After making use of our mouths to eat lunch and introduce ourselves to one … Continue reading
At February’s meeting of The Ladder, we learned all about hearing and ears: inner and outer parts of the ear, how sound travels through our ears so we can hear it, how to find out if something’s wrong in an … Continue reading
No, you’re not having deja vu…pinch-hitting for Medical Scholar Renée at December 14th’s meeting of the Ladder will be sports medicine physician David Olson, M.D.! Dr. Olson will be teaching about sports injuries and reading x-rays, as well as demonstrating … Continue reading
Ever wondered what happens after you gulp down a bowl of cereal, gnaw a slice of pizza, or crunch on an apple? How does your body turn the food you put in your mouth into stuff it can actually use? … Continue reading